Saturday, March 13, 2010

Rain, Rain Go Away

Yesterday was so busy. All morning long we went door to door with Circle K handing out flyers for our annual city-wide food drive. Of course it was incredibly beautiful all week long, and then the day we plan to go do charity work its gray, cold and rainy. Thanks weather. Either way though, it was fun and I managed to get some good exercise in. After that it was an afernoon full of group meetings and catching up on homework. Yay for weekends.

I am also unsure of why everything was underlined all of a sudden.

Worn Tues, Mar. 9th:

vest - H&M (2008)
tee - F21 (2009)
earrings - Flea Market (2008)
"pearls" - Ardene (2006)
jeans - Parasuco for Smart Set (2008)
flats - Payless (2007)

I bought these earrings from a crazy gypsy woman at the Pickering Flea Market. Her booth is SO sparkly you can see it from waaay down the crowded hallway, and every time I go she tells me she's closing down and everything has to go. I know its her selling tool or whatever, but I definitely use it to (what i *think* is at least) my advantage. I ended up getting two pairs for 10$, and considering the fake bling they have going on, I thought that was a pretty sweet deal.
I should probably pay them another visit before I graduate in June and move back to Ottawa! 4 hours is kind of far to travel for cheap jewelry lol.


  1. Oh wow, I really love that vest. It's got a great shape to it.

  2. I lovelovelove those jeans. I wish i could pull them off as well you do!

  3. LOL, have you ever seen "don't mess with the Zohan"? they have going out of business sales, everyday too.

  4. Oh those jeans are amazing! :D The weather in Christchurch was all crappy yesterday too. Urgh~!

  5. cute outfit! Found you on IFB! Great blog... i'm now a follower :)

  6. Lovely waistcoat!

  7. I love the shape of those pants on you and the vest looks so cute on you! I love the earrings!

  8. I love flea market shopping! those earrings are such a great find!


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